Prunus avium (Gean) – Wild Cherry

One of the most attractive of native woodland trees. A medium-sized to large tree with smooth grey bark turning mahogany red, peeling and deeply fissured with age.  The white cup shaped flowers are borne in clusters and open with the leaves in late April or early May. Fruits small and shiny, reddish purple, bitter or sweet to taste. Stunning autumnal foliage turning golden yellow through crimson.

Impressive tree for woodland edges and shelter belts. Suits most soil types. Has attractive white blossom and leaves turn yellow in autumn.

The planting season for bare-rooted trees and shrubs is generally between the months of November – March

Additional info

  • Type: Field Grown
  • Size: Medium
  • Native to Britain: Yes
  • Type: Hedge sized plants (under 120cm) are sold in multiples of 25 - we regret we cannot split bundles of :- 30-40; 40-60; 60-90 & 90-120cm
  • Use: Size 120-150cm upwards are available individually or in unspecified numbers
Quantity discounts available
Quantity (£ each)
Size cm 1-24 25-99 100+ Qty

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